The City of Reno and the Lamar County Water Supply District have ended their boil notices as of Friday morning, according to press releases.
As of 10 a.m. Thursday, a boil notice has been lifted in Paris, but others remain in place in Bogata, Blossom, Deport, Pattonville and Reno, as well as for all customers served by the Lamar County Water Supply District.
At a Monday meeting, the Reno City Council voted to consider forgiveness of water bill late fees due to severe weather conditions last week.
Inclement weather will delay this week's Covid-19 vaccination clinics in Paris and in Fannin County. Recipients will be called for rescheduling.
With winter weather coming and after a deadly 130-vehicle pileup on an icy Interstate 35 near Fort Worth, NWS meteorologists are warning that today may be the last good day to prepare for several days of snow and ice.
Reno City Council members voted to replace the historic headstone of Richard Bills, a Black World War I veteran from Lamar County, with a new one to correctly list his infantry number and last for years to come.
The Reno Board of Adjustments will host three public hearings and the City Council will review upcoming events and an election at their Monday meetings.
The Reno City Council recognized Crazy House Western Wear and the Withers family for their ongoing commitment to the city at a Monday meeting.
After allowing for public comment from any resident, the Reno City Council will receive updates from the police, fire and public works departments at its 6 p.m. Monday meeting at Reno City Hall.
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The Reno Parks and Trails Committee is reminding residents that fireworks will be allowed in the city through Jan. 6.
The National Weather Service in Dallas-Fort Worth has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of North and East Texas, including Lamar, Delta and Fannin counties, in effect from this evening through Thursday.
The Neal family has gotten pretty much back on its feet after last month’s devastating house fire, and thanks to members of the community, the family celebrated Christmas as well.
Consumers in the Red River Valley have not been deterred from shopping local during the Covid-19 pandemic, and that’s led to continued growth in sales tax collections for cities, counties and other taxing authorities.
The Texas Department of State Health Services recently updated the way it reports statistics about the Covid-19 health pandemic, and that’s led to a change in The Paris News’s Covid-19 tracking graphic.
This year’s Lights for Darlene Christmas light show is back and bigger than ever.
Reno residents, visitors and potential businesses now have new signs to welcome them into the growing city.
The council will discuss using the Corona Virus Relief Fund to purchase equipment and recommendations regarding limiting crowd sizes and nonessential meetings.
The City of Reno will be giving away bicycles to kids at its Christmas in Reno event Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. at Reno Kiwanis Park.
The Reno Cemetery Committee will discuss replacing a historic headstone and the Parks and Trail Committee will workshop "Christmas in the Park" at their Tuesday virtual meetings.